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Doritos, a PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay brand, is taking its Jacked product line-up to a new dimension with new Doritos Jacked 3D, a 3D version of the original chip that aims to offer even more of a crunch. Doritos Jacked 3D tortilla snacks will be available in Jalapeno Pepper Jack flavour and a limited edition Bacon Cheddar […]
Virginia Garavaglia, global brand footprint director, Kantar Worldpanel, provides an update on the market for snack products around the world.
According to a new report from market intelligence provider, Key Note, the retail market for savoury, bagged snacks increased in value by 5.8% in 2013. Sales continue to be driven by brand trust. Research commissioned by Key Note in June 2014 found that 69.5% of respondents claim that brand trust is a driving factor behind […]
Kantar Worldpanel’s Brand Footprint ranking, which reveals which brands most people buy the most often in 35 countries around the world, has revealed that 80% of households purchase snacks. Lays, Oreo, Cheetos and Doritos were all among the 10 fastest-rising brands. The report claims they excel at gaining new shoppers as well as increasing purchase […]
This week has been all about the snacks with both global and regional brands increasing their focus on this important category. PepsiCo announced that Doritos has become the no.1 sharing brand in the impulse channel, outperforming the category and growing at double the rate of its nearest competitor. Cross promotions, such as the ‘Fire and […]
Food manufacturer Symington’s is launching a new snacking concept – the Bread Crisp. To deliver this concept, Symington’s has teamed up with crisp brand Seabrook in the form of a new licensing agreement.
Doritos has become the no.1 sharing brand in the impulse channel, outperforming the category and growing at double the rate of its nearest competitor.
PepsiCo and Britvic are launching their first ever UK cross promotion. The ‘Fire and Ice’ campaign will see the launch of spicy ‘Jalapeno Fire’ flavoured Doritos, complemented by a cooling lime flavoured Pepsi Max ‘Citrus Freeze’.
Despite a huge World Cup marketing campaign and a big drive to reduce saturated fats in the bar, Mars has fallen 20 places on the list of top brands.